Simple poultry marinade & crumb coating
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Simple poultry marinade & crumb coating
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:23:07 AM. Recipe ID 56062. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Simple poultry marinade & crumb coating
 Categories: Marinades
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
           Marinade:
      5 tb Olive Oil
      2    Cloves Garlic -- coarsely
           Chopped
      1 ts Dried Basil
      1 ts Dried Oregano
  1 1/2 ts Salt
    1/2 ts Freshly Ground Pepper
 
  For Crumbing: 				 2 1/2 Cups Fresh Bread Crumbs -- moderatly fine 1
  Cup Flour 2 Eggs 2 Teaspoons Oil 1/8 Teaspoon Salt Clairified Butter
  
  Marinade:  In a bowl, combine all the ingredients. Gently toss the
  chicken strips with the mixture. Marinate for 1 hour. >From Julia
  Child "The Way To Cook" - Page 99 To Coat Food in Bread Crumbs:
  
  "A coating of fresh white bread crumbs and a saute of real butter
  make a delicious salmon steak or chicken breast, or can give a bland
  fish or meat an interesting new dimension. In addition, crumbing
  gives more solidity to fish otherwise too flimsy or foods otherwsie
  to soft for a regualr saute. . .Fresh crumbs and real butter make all
  the difference". Crumbing the food: "Wisk together the eggs, oil and
  salt in a 9-inch pie plate. One at a time, dip first in flour and
  shake off excess, then in beaten egg and shake of excess.  Set in the
  crumbs, tossing them over the food and patting them in place.  Lay
  each piece as done on a baking sheet covered with wax paper; when all
  re crumbed, cover and refrigerate 20 minutes or longer, so the crumbs
  will set".
  
  




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Recipe ID 56062 (Apr 03, 2005)

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